March 2019 – LSI in conjunction with it’s wholly owned USA subsidiary, LiDAR Services, LLC., have been awarded a large transmission line thermal rating project for a major utility in the north central USA. Project is expected to start in April.
March 2019 – Although we still have snow on the ground in Calgary, LSI staff have been preparing for flight operations that will commence in the Spring. Major upgrades and improvements have been completed on all of our LiDAR systems over the winter months and we are looking forward to the 2019 airborne LiDAR data collection season.
December 2018 – The LSI offices will be closed from the end of business on December 21, 2018 thru to January 2, 2019. LSI would like to thank all of our clients this year and we are looking forward to an even better 2019 as we continue to grow our list of satisfied customers. Best wishes and happy holidays!!!
October 2018 – LSI has been awarded a large wetland mapping project located approximately 40 km SW of Lanigan Saskatchewan. The LiDAR and imagery data is required to support hydraulic modeling, engineering design and construction planning in the immediate area.
October 2018 – LSI has started a LiDAR mapping project in the Yukon for a number of mining and support companies. LSI is using the MATRIX LiDAR system installed in a Bell 206B JetRanger helicopter. This is a extreme high resolution LiDAR survey and the data will be used to identify ground surface features in a number of creeks and river valleys.
October 2018 – LSI has received a contract for a new pipeline route located in Saskatchewan. The project will be flown early in October to take advantage of the good fall weather.
October 2018 – LSI is pleased to announce the completion of all LiDAR projects near Yellowknife NWT before the arrival of winter.
September 2018 – LSI has been awarded a contract to collect LiDAR and digital imagery data over an existing coal mine operation located near Hinton Alberta. LSI plans to use the MATRIX LiDAR system mounted in a Cessna 206 aircraft.
September 2018 – LSI has received approval for a high definition LiDAR survey over an existing Potash Mine operation located approximately 30 km NE of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The LiDAR survey will focus on the tailings management area as well as the main processing plant.
July 2018 – LSI has been awarded a Uranium Mine site LiDAR survey located in northern Saskatchewan approximately 25 km SE of Points North Landing. The Athabasca Basin region of Northern Saskatchewan is considered to be one of the richest areas of uranium in the world. LSI will commence LiDAR operations in mid-July.